The question that baffle & confuse a non-native English speaker who wishes to migrate to an English speaking country, is how much he/she can handle the English they hear & in what ways could they respond. A majority of people will be low on confidence in their English listening & speaking capabilities and would like to assess the fluency they have with English.

Also, English speaking countries have mandated an assessment test for the fluency & proficiency of non-native English speakers, with the aid of the British Council, IDP & Cambridge Assessment English organizations. This test is referred to as IELTS (The International English Language Testing System). IELTS tests the comfortability of a candidate in listening, speaking, reading & writing of English, at a basic level. 

If you wish to migrate to abroad, for work or any other purpose, the main question in your mind would be, “how to improve my listening skills?” Listening is the most essential area you should work on as otherwise; you might struggle with communication aspects in a foreign country. IELTS helps you practice & perfect your listening through the simple tests they put you through. 

The pattern of IELTS listening test comprises of 4 sections. The first section would be a casual conversation between two people on a general topic. The second section will be a speech, while the third & fourth sections usually deal with educational content or technical & academic discussions. The candidates are supposed to denote their answers to the questions in a fill-in-the-blanks format. The conversations will be played on a recorder only once & the test-takers can write down their responses on the question paper, before transferring it to the answer sheet in the allotted 10 minutes. IELTS examines various English accents during the test.

These dialects include American, Australian, British, Canadian & those of New Zealand. Although the test will be in the fill-in-the-blanks format, the pattern would be multiple-choice, matching, labeling a diagram, filling a form with sentence completion & short answer questions. As per marking, 1 mark will be awarded to each correct answer with no marks for spelling mistakes or any grammatical errors. 

With Carewin, you can discover tips for preparing for the listening test by giving attention to our IELTS listening tips which include the most effective top 5 IELTS listening tips. We provide you with the best tips to get you the score that is needed for your intended purpose of migration, work or study. With our expertise, we have observed that the candidates struggle with a certain pattern of listening. Carewin helps you to master this type of pattern by giving you excellent tips for IELTS listening to multiple-choice questions. Also, we focus on other areas of listening patterns as well, to help you achieve your goal of doing well in IELTS listening assessment. 

As one of the best IELTS training center in Trivandrum, Carewin ensures you to have confidence in yourself to do extremely well in an IELTS examination, comprising listening, speaking, reading & writing.